Presidential Candidate: Meeting with Sheriff Joe Arpaio Yielded “Devastating” Information

On December 5, 2011, Presidential Candidate John Dummett of California recently traveled 789 miles to Maricopa County, AZ and back to meet with Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who has been conducting an investigation into questions surrounding the presidential eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama.

Dummett and Van Irion, founder of Liberty Legal Foundation, have partnered in filing a lawsuit against the Democrat National Committee to stay the nomination of Obama as its candidate for the presidential election.

“Our meeting with Sheriff Arpaio was scheduled for 1:30 in the afternoon, and the Tea Party meeting was at 6:30 that evening. We got to Joe Arpaio’s office, and his secretary met us at the door. She said, ‘Ladies and gentlemen, I’m sorry to tell you, but the sheriff can give you only 20 minutes of his time.’ We were more than happy with that. Well, we got to his office, and he had the lead investigator of his 300-man posse there. It’s called the Cold Case Posse. Several other investigators assigned to the case were there as well. Arpaio was intrigued by Van Irion’s and my approach of going after the DNC and not attacking Barack Obama or asking any court to decide Obama’s eligibility. The idea blew them away. It went over so well that he got several other members in there. He took copies of everything, including the complaint , and we discussed all of the issues. He told us things that I still have to hold in confidentiality. I can say, because it has already been released to the press and I can verify it, that he will produce a report in February, and it will be devastating. I can’t say what it is, but I know what it is.”

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